MadCap Scholar Program Series – An Interview with Jeff Beatty, Adjunct Professor at Brigham Young University
Jennifer Morse

Posted by Jennifer Morse

November 30, 2017

Translation and localization is a major component of technical communication, and many universities are realizing the need to provide students with the tools they need to succeed. Through the MadCap Scholar Program, we’ve been able to partner with professors and educators and help students better prepare for a career in technical communication. Jeff Beatty is an adjunct …

MadCap Scholar Program Series – An Interview with Max Troyer, Assistant Professor of Translation & Localization Management at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
Jennifer Morse

Posted by Jennifer Morse

August 31, 2017

Since we’ve started the MadCap Scholar Program, we’ve had the opportunity to work professors and universities all over the world, providing valuable tools for students to grow their technical expertise. We’ve not only worked with technical communication programs – we’ve also worked with translation and localization programs as well. In our interview below with Max …

MadCap Scholar Program Series – An Interview with Dr. Ryan Weber, Associate Professor, Director of Business and Technical Writing at University of Alabama in Huntsville
Jennifer Morse

Posted by Jennifer Morse

July 27, 20171 Comments

The MadCap Scholar Program gives us the exciting opportunity to work with professors and universities to provide students with the tools they need to succeed in the technical communication industry. We recently had a chat with Dr. Ryan Weber, who directs the technical writing program at University of Alabama in Huntsville and has been a part of our MadCap Scholar Program for …

MadCap Scholar Program Interview - Dr. Ryan Weber
The MadCap Scholar Program: MadCap Software’s Latest University Partnerships, April 2014 Update
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

April 25, 2014

The MadCap Scholar Program offers access to the cutting-edge tools and best practices that students need to succeed in the field of Technical Communications. Giving students the opportunity to work with MadCap Flare and the rest of the MadPak early on in their student life has proven to instill best practices that are essential to a student’s success with a long-term career in the technical communication industry.

The MadCap Scholar Program: MadCap Software’s Latest University Partnerships
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

March 11, 2014

The MadCap Scholar Program offers access to the cutting-edge tools and best practices that students need to succeed in the field of Technical Communications.